|Action Platformer; Game Boy (3DS Virtual Console); Capcom; 1991-5 (VC 2011, 2014)|
|Robot Enemy Screws that shoot out bullets. Sometimes I love video games.|
|This place looks familiar....|
|Wait, shouldn't that be "MB" for Mega Buster rather than "P" for Plasma Cannon?|
|Now things get interesting.|
|Look at that hair!|
For Mega Man I and III
For Mega Man II
For Mega Man IV
For Mega Man V
There you go, Mega Man I has the issues a lot of early GB games have and Mega Man III is a bit too frustratingly difficult to warrant a full recommendation. Mega Man II is fun, but it's ease and subsequently lack of staying power limits it. Mega Man IV is a blast for any Mega Man fan and it introduces several things that you don't see in many Mega Man games. And finally, Mega Man V is a whole other beast, with unique mechanics and a completely original cast of bosses and powers, not only that but brilliant level designs suited for the Gameboy, earns it a Must Play.
There you guys have it, and until next time.